Missing platforms


#41

I made that choice because the original release was a European one, so I was basing the default on the initial release of the game. That made sense to me. I can change it if the preference is to always display the North American name rather than privilege the original release. To be honest I don’t know why we would chose a title for a game based on region if there is another title that precedes that version based on release schedule, thus I am inclined to title the game by the original name based on the initial release (translations may be an exception). You make a good point about Mario Strikers, but that one is also complicated by the fact that the Japanese and North American versions are both called Mario Strikers. I suppose in that instance it make sense to go with the most universally used title.

I suppose ultimately this one is up to @peter. If he thinks we should privilege the NA name over the initial release name, I’ll swap the default.


#42

Oh it’s not a big deal, I was just more curious than anything. Also didn’t realize it came out first in Europe. I also just learned that Strikers came out first in Europe and last in Japan. Today is a day of realizations.


#43

I should add that I fixed the aliases for Castleween and Spirit & Spells. If you searched for Spirit & spells nothing came up, but the Castleween entry had the Gameboy Spirit & Spells release. So I tidied up the releases, made sure they were all there and made it so that no matter which title you search for it will take you to the entry. I also added the NA title to the description.


#44

Can you explain how I can get to those versions of the games? If I look at Delta Force: Black Hawk Down - Team Sabre and go to the releases tab the only option I see to add to my library is a platinum pack for the PC.


#45

Missing the Wii platform. Was included with the Staff of Kings game.


#46

Missing the Wii platform. Was included with the Staff of Kings game.

Fixed.

Can you explain how I can get to those versions of the games?

There are no separate listing for each platform if that’s what you mean. You just add the main release and select the platform.


#47

Prehistorik Man lists Gameboy and Gameboy Advance as a platform. Only Gameboy Advance is true. The Gameboy version is actually a port of Prehistorik 2, called Prehistorik Man on the Gameboy. It’s dumb and confusing, I know.
The series goes:
Prehistorik ( Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, MS-DOS)
Prehistorik 2 ( Amstrad CPC, MS-DOS, and Gameboy as Prehistorik Man)
Prehistorik Man (SNES, Gameboy Advance, and DSi)

To recap, this Prehistorik Man (1995) | Grouvee should have Gameboy Advance as a platform, but not Gameboy.
And this Prehistorik 2 (1993) | Grouvee should have Gameboy as a platform.


#48

Fixed it. I also added Mac to the Prehistorik 2 platforms (Steam version).